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Module 1.

Introduction to SAP HANA

Module 2. Look & Feel
Module 3. Architecture
Module 4. Data Provisioning using Flat files, SAP BODS 4.0 and DCX
Module 5. Modeling
Module 6. Reporting
Module 7. User Management
Module 8. DATA Provisioning using SLT
Module 9. Approaching SAP HANA Modeling
Module 10. Connecting Tables
Module 11. Advanced Modeling
Module 12. Processing Information Models
Module 13. Managing Modeling Content
Module 14. Security and Authorizations
Module 15. Concepts of SAP BW 7.3 & 7.4 on HANA
Module 16. SAP BI 4.0 on HANA
Module 17. Information Composer
Module 18. SAP Visual Intelligence
Module 19. Decision Tables in SAP HANA
Module 20. SAP HANA and SAP Lumira
Module 21. Back Up and Recovery (new approach of SAP HANA SPS5)

Introduction to SAP HANA

SAP In-Memory Strategy

HANA compare to BWA

Look and Feel

In-Memory Computing Studio

Administration view

Navigator View

System Monitor

Information Modeler


Architecture Overview

IMCE and Surroundings

Row Store

Column Store

Loading data into HANA

Data Modeling


Persistent Layer

Backup & Recovery

Data Provisioning
Method 1Data Provisioning using FLAT FILES
Method 2Data provisioning using BODS 4.0 (ETL Based Approach Building
AGILE Data Marts)

BODS 4.0 Architecture in detail

Data Stores in BODS

Meta Data

BODS Objects and components Hierarchy

Building Data Flows in Designer (to Load the Data to SAP HANA)

Query Transform in the Data Flow

Loading the Data from diff files to SAP HANA using SAP BODS (Text files, spread
sheets, XML files and COBOL copybooks)

Using Merge Transforms, Date Generation Transforms, SQL Transforms, Pivot

Transforms, Reverse Pivot, Match Transform, Match Results Transform, Case
Transforms, Validation Transforms, KEY Generation Transform, R Generation
Transform, Table Comparison Transform, History Preservation Transform, Map
operation Transform with Insert, Map Operation transform with Updates in BODS
Data Flow to load the data to SAP HANA

Creating Repository Users

Creating a Local Repository

Setup Central Management Server (CMC)

Setup of Data Service Job Server

Creating Central repository and using it

Loading the Data from different SAP ERPS (like ECC, CRM) using SAP BODS to
DSAP HANA for COPA Scenarios, FI Scenarios, Sales Scenarios, Purchasing
Scenarios, Marketing Scenarios and Opportunity Scenarios and Service

Loading the Data from SAP BW 7.3 to SAP HANA using SAP BODS (Open Hub
Tables, DSO tables etc.)

Loading the Data from Non-SAP Source Systems to SAP HANA using SAP

Method 3Data provisioning using SLT

Positioning and Key Concepts

Overview on Configuration Aspects

SLT based Transformation concepts

ABAP includes in SLT transformations

Selective Data replication

Transformation of data

Extension of (target) table Structure

Specific Considerations

Method 4Data provisioning using Direct Extractor Connection (DCX)

Using SAP provided Business Content Extractor

ABAP Data Flows for Table and Pool clusters


Purpose of Information Modeler

Levels of Modeling in SAP HANA

Attribute Views

Analytic Views

Calculation Views

Creating Advanced Calculation Views using GUI and SCRIPT methods

Creating Attribute Views, Analytical Views, Calculation Views for FI scenarios,

COPA scenarios, Sales Scenarios, Purchasing Scenarios and Marketing

Export & Import Server and Client sides

Using Hierarchies (Level Based and Parent-Child Hierarchies)

Creating Restricted and Calculated Measures

Using Filter Operations

Using Variables, input parameters

SAP HANA SQL Introduction

SQL Script and Procedures

Using Currency Conversions, Create hyperlinks

Persistency Considerations

SAP HANA Engine Overview

Choosing Views for Information

Using SAP HANA Information Composer for Modeling

Procession Information Models

Validating Models

Comparing Versions of Information Objects

Checking Model References

Generate Auto Documentation

Connecting Tables

Joins (Inner, Left Outer, Right Outer, Full Outer, Text, Referential and Union)

Managing Modeling Content

Manage Schemas

Import and Export data Models

Copy Information Objects


HANA, Reporting Layer

Connectivity options

SAP Business Objects BI 4.0

Designing Complex Universes in IDT based on HANA Tables and HANA Views

0 on HANA

Crystal Report for Enterprise with HANA

Designing the Dashboards using Query Browser on HANA Universes using

Dashboard Design 4.0

SAP Business Objects BI 4.0 Explorer

Designing Information Space based on SAP HANA Information Model using BO

Explorer 4.0

Exploring the Data using BO 4.0 explorer based on Information Spaces created

Creating Analysis Views using Analysis edition for OLAP (HANA OLAP

Analysis edition for Microsoft Excel, Microsoft PowerPoint

SAP Visual Intelligence on HANA

Crystal Reports via ODBC/JDBC Connections

Others & MS Excel 2010

User Management

Creation of Users

Creation of Roles

Creation of Role Hierarchy

Assignment of Users to Roles


IMCE Authorizations

Security and Authorizations

User Management and Security

Types of Privileges

Template Roles

Concepts of SAP BW 7.3 and BW 7.4 on HANA

BW 7.3 and BW 7.4 powered by SAP HANA

In-memory optimized Infocubes

In-memory optimized DSOs

Migration concepts of BW 7.3 and BW 7.4 on SAP HANA

Migrating standard Infocubes to In memory optimized Infocubes using migration


Migrating standard DSOs to In-memory optimized DSOs using migration Tool

User Management

User Management (SAP BI 4.0 Integration)

User Management (Single-Sign-on SSO)

HANA Certification Guidelines

Sample questions








Designing SAP HANA Tables for Sales, Finance and Inventory scenarios

Designing Attribute Views, Analytical Views and Calculations Views for Sales,
Finance and Inventory scenarios

Loading the Data to SAP HANA using SAP BODS (Complex BODS Dataflow)

SLT Transformation of Data

Reporting on Sales Data (Sales Order Header, Item, Schedule Line Reports etc.)
using BI 4.0 Reporting Tools

Financial Reporting (Balance Sheet Reports, Income Statements, Consolidated

Income Statements, P&L Reports etc.) using BI 4.0 Reporting Tools (like Crystal
Report, BO Explorer, MS Excel)